Presentation on theme: "Warm Up #3- please answer the following question in your Social Studies Notebooks: 1. Do you think the March on Washington met its goal of freedom and."— Presentation transcript:
Warm Up #3- please answer the following question in your Social Studies Notebooks: 1. Do you think the March on Washington met its goal of freedom and jobs for everyone? Give examples or evidence to support your opinion Objective: Students finish the March on Washington 50 th Anniversary Activity and create personal Mandalas. They will also begin setting up their interactive notebooks. Tasks/Agenda: 1.Complete Warm Up 2.Finish March on Washington Activity 3.Create Personal Mandala 4.Set up Social Studies interactive Notebook 5.19 th Amendment Brainpop-if we have time Homework- 1. Decorated cover of your Interactive Notebook due B-day 9/5/13 A-9/6/13 2. Complete your “About Me Page” of your Social Studies Interactive notebook. The about me page should include your full name, 6 interesting facts about yourself, and a picture of yourself or something important to you due B-day 9/5/13 A-9/6/13
March on Washington Reflections washington/videos#forest-whitaker-growing- up-with-dr-king washington/photos#march-on-washington
Create Personal Mandalas A mandala is any form of a circular geometric design that contains symbols of a person’s inner self, guiding principles, and overall ideas about the world. The significance of objects within a mandala is conveyed by shape, size, and color. The objects can be abstract designs or specific drawings of people, places, and ideas that are central to a person’s life.
Student Mandala Examples
Brain Pop 19 th Amendment The 100 th anniversary of the 19 th amendment was Monday, August 26, 2013